London Fashion Week: From Catwalk to Closet

March 7, 2019 by

London Fashion Week continuously impresses us with its great shows and designs. Contrary to the typical dreary weather, fashion on the runway and on the street was colorful, printed, neon, and textured. To no one’s surprise, the whole world is following these trends and everyone is LOVING the street style. Here are a few of the noteworthy shows — from the catwalk to your closet. 

London’s own: BURBERRY 

Riccardo Tisci was the mastermind behind this season’s show. He presented his second collection in honor of “the youth of today.” Gigi Hadid was one of the highlights of the show, making her debut for the brand. The pieces were futuristic and many were deconstructed, but the label’s classic plaid still made an appearance. 

Leather coats carry over season-to-season, but these lined oversized jackets are a must-have. Shop for the ASOS jacket here. This one can help you survive Dallas’ recent freezing weather.


Preen is a luxury clothing and home label. This season, the dynamic designer duo; Justin Thorton and Thea Bregazzi created the collection (as always). I hadn’t heard about this brand before, but apparently, they have a crazy celebrity fanbase like Rihanna, Michelle Obama, and Beyonce.

This season’s collection was inspired by the spirit of dance. You can never go wrong with a powerful red and recently, it has been a neutral for me. This Superdown dress from Revolve would be a beautiful pop of color in your wardrobe.


Michael Halpern created a collection of shiny neons to help his viewers escape from a dark word. His work is typically sequined with animal prints, neons, and shiny patterns.


Hot pink has been everywhere recently. I’m obsessed with it and I think it looks good on everyone. Instead of laying low in a black dress for formals, this would be an electric way to make a statement. This NBD dress is the perfect shade of pink.

I’m happy that London Fashion Week proved to us that we can wear bright colors, no matter what season.

*All runway photos are credited to Haper’s Bazaar , (1st Halpern collage to Vogue), and all shopping looks are credited to their respective links*


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